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EPs Rob Thomas & Diane Ruggiero-Wright offer a zombie-eye view following the first episodes of Season 2 and its juicy new storylines.
Alfre Woodard and Mahershala Ali appear in new photos from the Netflix series; "The Flash" gears up for season two with new photos and more.
Could Liv really be hankering for a hunk of one of her best friends' gray matter? Check out the trailer and find out!
Sabretooth actor Liev Schreiber drops a possible hint about "Wolverine 3"; the "Mission: Impossible" actress joins another film and more.
Rob Thomas & Diane Ruggiero discuss the second season of their CW zombie hit, "Veronica Mars" comparisons, their dream projects and "Party Down."
If "Veronica Mars" were to come back once more, its creator says it could be more like "True Detective."
Ian McKellen discusses his future as Magneto; unconfirmed info may put "Suicide Squad" in a new context and more.
Robbie Amell talks whether his Firestorm half will appear on "Legends of Tomorrow"; Chris Pratt weighs in on a Hulk/"Guardians" crossover and more.
The zombie mythology of The CW's hit takes over, as Thomas talks with CBR about Liv and company wrapping their first brain-eating year.
The CW's adaptation of DC/Vertigo series "iZombie" will live on, as the network has renewed it for a second season ahead of upfronts.
The cast and crew of The CW's offbeat series discussed its origins with a WonderCon audience, and teased upcoming developments.
The "Alias" alum discusses continuing his villainous streak in "iZombie" and what separates the show's zombies from other undead.
Jason Momoa addresses "DC haters" with two words; Ryan Reynolds reveals why he thinks "critical fanboys" will embrace "Deadpool" and more.
Genesis Rodriguez discusses the chances of a "Big Hero" sequel; Common wants to be John Stewart in "Green Lantern" and more.
Marvel has released a teaser for the next full "Avengers: Age of Ultron" trailer; Stephen Amell sports a shiny accessory in new picture and more.
Matt Ryan lends his voice to the animated "Constantine" clip; the "Powers" writer will chat with "Late Night" host Seth Meyers and more.
"Veronica Mars" creator and "iZombie" showrunner Rob Thomas and actor David Anders discuss making a different kind of zombie show for The CW.
Stars Rose McIver & Robert Buckley joined Executive Producer Diane Ruggiero-Wright on the CBR Yacht to discuss the tone of The CW's "iZombie."
Scarecrow's father will show up on Fox's proto-Batman drama; Netflix's "Daredevil" begins its ad campaign and more.
"Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas talks pilot details and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" comparisons in The CW's "iZombie," based on the Vertigo comic.
The television adaptation of Vertigo series "iZombie" gets a release date, plus a new trailer featuring brain-eating Rose McIver's undead Olivia Moore.
Showrunner Rob Thomas and the cast of The CW's new show embrace their genre ties and hope for a hit with their zombie detective procedural.
While "iZombie" co-creator Chris Roberson isn't involved in the CW adaptation of his Vertigo series, the writer said there's plenty for fans of the comic to enjoy.
"Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas emphasizes that his take on "iZombie" is a supernatural police procedural that borrows the comic’s core concept.
Rose McIver will play "Liv," a med student-turned-zombie, in the Rob Thomas pilot based on the Vertigo comic by Chris Roberson and Mike Allred.
Malcolm Goodwin, Alexandra Krosney & David Anders have been cast in the Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-written pilot based on the Vertigo series.
SPINOFF ONLINE lists a few reasons why The CW ordering the short-lived Vertigo series to pilot is great news.
The latest in-development DC Comics-based TV project to get a pilot order is "iZombie," based on the 2010-2012 Vertigo series.
Vertigo series "iZombie" is in development as a TV series, with "Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas and collaborator Diane Ruggiero at the helm.
At Comic-Con International, the creator and cast of "Veronica Mars" premiered the first footage from the crowd-funded movie to an enthusiastic crowd in Hall H.